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Flavor has landed. The 56,000-square-foot San Luis Obispo Regional Airport now features food and wine concessions—in addition to a beautiful outdoor atrium—past the security checkpoint. Plus, locals can now enjoy two new flights to Denver and Seattle daily (both great foodie towns) ... Centrally Grown at Off the Grid in Cambria is under new management and reopened to the public. Share a half dozen oysters and eggs Benedict for brunch or bite into a farm fresh lunch or dinner prepared with local ingredients. Plus: The grounds feature a ravishing edible garden, sustainable water features, and an epic coastal view, too (centrallygrown.com) ... Speaking of Cambria, The Sow's Ear, which has been around for more than three decades, is the perfect place to warm up your soul this winter. Try the classic fisherman's stew with savory vermouth sauce, fish, shellfish, pasta, tomatoes, herbs, and Parmesan cheese (thesowsear.com). Δ

Hayley Thomas Cain would love to nibble on your best holiday season bites. Send suggestions to hthomas@newtimesslo.com.

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